The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 17, 1960
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STAPL1S: Bostltch, Tatum Bwifigllne, Hotchkiss and Presto Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. SEE US ABOUT THE Farmhand MORRILL RAKE ttdvtrttod firth* FARM and MOMf SfCftON Bradley Bros. AlOONA Farmhand Carol Zumach Shower Honoree AtWhiftemore .Whiliemore — A miscellaneous shower was held Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church in honor of Carol Zuma'ch of DCS Moines. The afternoon was spent at various games. Following the • entertainment and unwrapping of gifts, lunch was served. The bride-to-be received many gifts. Miss Zumach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach of here, GARDEN SUPPUES t «WK $ EEDS - TOOLS 'NSECT.CIDES-UWNHOSE IAWN AND GARDEN FENCE s- RAKB _ SPAMs _ sH IAWN MOWERS - TOOIS Ev «*y»hing For The Gardner r i fe CULLEN HARDWARE "Heavy and Shelf Hardware" • ; ' . -V Algona ''-t!^*****--- CY 4-4630! ALWAYS C. TRAVELERS CHECKSj WEfsiVfo THE IS MY MQTTO^ . IT'S BETTER { TO BE SAFE VTHANSORRY, WAVE A NICE VACATION yi BANK AND COSvJVEflTEDHIS CASH INTO TRAVELERS CMECKS! M so^^y\^^ ROUD W?*=7Z\=* = I' PROUD OF YOU A BANK IS SO EASY TO N SAID IT DO BUSINESS WITH Your Money Travels' Safe Travelers checks obtained ut our bank is the modern way and the safe way to handle your money 'when you travel. Your travclcw check js as -good as cash anywhere, and ftbwluig protection against theft, loss or fraud. If you gr* planning to 'go someplace' we can be of service to you, Com* In any time; SECURITY STATE BANK '7h» Prfctully tank" fwlwti Dtpwlt Insurance Corp, will be married Sunday, June 5, to Mike Grimm of Des Moines. 2 Homes Sold ' Ray Bells bought n home from Francis Mullin in High Lawn Addition and will lake- possession in June. Gary Carbcrry boughl Ihe Earl Weaver home east of Ihe Farmers Creamery, the Weavers moved to Humboldt where Mr Weaver is employed as a welder. Will Coach James H. McDonnell, son o! Mr and Mrs Thomas McDonnell, a candidate for graduation at Buena Vista college, Storm Lake, in June, has accepted a girls and boys basketball coaching and social studies and science teaching position at Greenville-Rossie Consolidated school for the 196061 school year. Dtonna Lau is Miss Algona At Band Festival Special Service The second special anniversary service will be held May 22 at 10 a.m. The' speaker at the service will be Rev. John Zimmermann of Eldora, a son of Mrs Frieda Zimmermann of Whitlemore, Following the services a potluck dinner will be served in the church parlors, followed by the school and Sunday School picnic. Mother Passes Mrs Leonard Elbert was called to Harrisburg, Pa. the forepart of last week due to . the illness of her mother, Mrs W. D. Waddell, who passed away Friday. Mr Elbert and his two oldest sons Lewis and Glenn left for Pennsylvania to attend the funeral Tuesday. Hospitalised Mrs Aurelia Lciningcr entered St. Ann hospital in Algona Tuesday as a medical patient and was released Thursday. Mary Carol Gengler, daughter of Mr and. Mrs Robert Gengler, had her appendix removed in St. Ann hospital Saturday. Shirley Fischer is a medical patient in Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg. Mrs Ilene Fandel is a patient in Palo Alto Memorial hospital where she is undergoing treatment for pneumonia. DAnn Rao Wehrspan, infant daughter'of Mr and Mrs Dennis Wehrspan, was baptized Sunday in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Her sponsors were Marilyn Harr and Dean Welirspan. Ernie Meyer, Delbert Wichtendahl, Jerry Zatlaukal, Archie Voigt and Elmer F. Bell left Saturday for northern Minnesota to try their luck at some of the large ones that got away last time they were there. The Rosary Society of St. Michael's Catholic church met Wednesday evening. After the meeting 500 was played with William Fandel winning high; Mrs Robert Walker, low; and Mildred Wollner won plate prize. Arlo Lehmann, Pierce, Neb., a three-year student at Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Nc\ has informed St. Paul's congregation that he has accepted the assignment to teach here in St Paul's Lutheran school. Commencement AtLakotals Slated Tonight Lakota — There will be 32 graduates from the Lakota high school tliis year, 10 girls and 22 boys. They are: Saundra Apka, August Bauman, Roger Bcrhow, Cauolyn Blome, Roger Brack, D a r y 1 Christ, Donovan Cook, Mark Eichorn, Woodrow Ellsworth, Karen Gardner, Eldon Haas, Lauren Heidecker, Sheryl Hertzke, Thomas Julius, Marlene Lappe, Richard Lewis, David Ley, Gary Loos, Jerry Lunn, Arthur Meyer, Donald Olson. Duane Peterson, Karen Price, Judy Richardson, Joseph Schissel, Philip Schroeder, Gary Sheldahl, Linda Spear, Kieth Sunde, Janice Thompson, Yvonne Tjaden and Marvin Wibben. Dates for activities for the Wehm SIMUINE ATRUINE •II4MIIOIMCI HUMCIDfS •—+ for Weed Control in Cm Algona Flour A Fttd Co* 205 $, PMHipi CY 4*9701 home of Mrs E6rl Paulson. Election of officers will be held. ' Mrs Burdette Hocppncr ,-md Mrs Marian Kruse were hostesses Wednesday fioon at n luncheon honoring Mrs Carl Gerzema and her daughter, Mrs Ed Leavitt and children of Eugene, Ore. Guests were Mrs Arlowe Blome and children of Bancroft, Mrs Bruce Monson of Spirit Lake, Mrs Robert Mamilton, Mrs W. D. Ley, Mrs Robert Beemer, Mrs Henry Steenhard, and Ann, Mrs John Cook, Mrs J. E. Ukena, Mrs C A. Gulkenccht, Misses Emma and Lena Gutkenecht and Mrs MISS ALGONA — Deanna Lau, above, Algona high school senior, will be Miss Algona as a candidate for Miss North Iowa at the Band Festival, June 14, in Mason City. She is a daughter ot Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lau of A\- . gona, active in marching band, concert uand, cnoi us, ana Oine activities. final week of school are commencement, Tuesday, May 17; Wednesday, May 18, is to be Award and Achievement Nighl with open house in the grade rooms and Saturday, May 21, the last day of school, school picnics are to be held. Karen Gardner is valedictorian; Donovan Cook is salutatonan and representative boy; Yvonne Tjaden, representative girl; and Daryl Christ, Danforth Foundation Award winner. Dr. W. K. Breggs, Dean of the University of Nebraska's Teachers College, will deliver the commencement address. Rev. Harlan Kr,use of the Presbyterian church wilfgive the baccalaureate sermon. At Track Meet Two boys from Lakota went to the conference track meet at Burt Tuesday and scored 10 points for Lakota. Philip Schroeder placed second in the discus and second in jhe pole vault. Gary Sheldahl placed third in the mile run. Attend Veishea The following Lakota high students attended Veishea at Ames Friday: John Cordes, Juanita Cordes, Kent Gerzema, Larry Becker, Marilyn Rippentrop, Paul Geilcnfeldt, Robert Hamilton, Dean Christ, Don and Carman Cook. Adults attending were Supt. and Mrs John Cook, Cleo Weldin and Mrs John Rippentrop. Den 2 met with their assistant Den Mother, Mrs Raymond Kro minga, Monday afternoon for a cook out. They cooked Mulligan ai,ew and experimented with frying eggs. Boys attending were William Melz, Terry Krominga, Jeffery Neuman, Daniel Haas, Jimmy Thompson and Douglas Karels. The Lcdyard Township Homemakers will meet May 20, at the Jennie Gutknecht. The afternoon was spent in visiting and reminiscing school days. Mothers of the first grade students were guests Monday for a Mother's Day program. The welcome was given by Tim Ley. T. J. Hanken, Judy Sunde, Perry Stcnzel, Leslie Rieffer and Kathy Thompson gave recitations. Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Greta Sleeker honoring her on a birthday were Mr and Mrs Alvin Stecker and family of Woden, the Bruno Stecker family of Thompson and the Martin Stecker family Tuesday, May 17, I960 Algeria (la.) Upper DM M«lMf~f ENROLL NOW YOUNG SCHOOL OF BEAUTY 310 W. 41h—Waterloo • New Claim new Fotmina • State Approved Accredited School • Newest and Finest Equipment • Mrs D. A. Young, Director of Teaching Staff (High School Seniors — Enroll Now for June Classes) Transplanted from a tropical isle: Tropicana by LADYBUXTON V ;; v< •• WiW jungle Ilowtrs — with leavef pl gold or "U?er r- bloom on thif luih new set of matched leather accessories, f ranch Purse. $5.09. KffY'T«u»fr.< Il.l|. Cigarette Case, 13,11, Price* >lw>t»x, Wiltgtn Jtwtltri Algona It Emraeisburg BURT high school Left to right: Joseph Cunningham, Carilyn Hinckley, Arnold Schutter, Perry Steward, Marilyn Hinckley. Left to right: Audry Curtis, Gary Abba*, Dennis Wolf, Thomas Kissner, Ronald Cherland. Left to right: Jerry Koestler, Grace McKim, Jeanetta Woltt, JoAnn Johnson, Barbara Wiener. Left to right: Garry Davis, Eugene Bahling, Donna Long, Linda Leason, Mary McGuire. Left to right: Judy Volentine, John Dittmer, Boyd Shipler, Jay Davis, William Meister. Photos Courtesy of GLENKl'S STUDIO Left to right: Dennis Johnson, Ruth Harms, Linda Stenzel, Judy Marlow. BURT CO-OPERATIVE ELEVATOR J. L. MILLER, Manager LUMBER — GRAIN — COAL — FEED — SfED BURT, IOWA Cliff Holding .- ..TRUCKING Livestock . Gtntral Hauling Burl Donald Mitchell ILICTRIC SHOP We»tinghouw — RCA Radio & TV PlWf* 17 Burt Burt Savings Bank FARM LOANS — INSURANCE Phent 15 Burt Burt Produce EGGS — POULTRY — FEED Mr, A Mr*. Glee Bullock Bwrt ANDERSONS. Burl Hardware , ! ', ' HowMwares ~~ Paints — Window Glass Lichter Bros. VffEMNARIANS Phwt 1W

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